Activities

Coast to Coast
Coast to Coast

The Isle of Man is a walkers delight, easy to follow paths lead you round the entirety of the Island, and serious walkers can get themselves home in time for tea. Less serious walkers can get themselves to Niarbyl cafe, the Sound cafe or onwards to Peel Castle for homemade ice-cream and a well earned drink at the Pub. Called the way of the seagull, the coastal path is not to be missed, even if it's a quick ramble to Bradda Glen for your evening meal overlooking the bay.

Want to Play A Round?
Want to Play A Round?

The island has top quality golf courses and Port Erin's beautiful course is a 5 minute walk away. It's beloved by all it's members and keen golfers may well consider a permanent move to the Island over a salubriation at the 19th hole. The link provided shows good options of the Islands golf courses. Port Erins' course is called Rowany and can be contacted at Rowanygolfclub.com to reserve a tee time (or you could walk up the road)

Sunset by the Bay
Sunset by the Bay

This is the view from your accommodation. Simply walk outside and down the path onto the beach pull up a deckchair and relax. Click the link to be taken to trip advisors Port Erin eating out guide. We recommend Titan, The Bay, The Cosy Nook, The Bradda Glen Restaurant. Just ask Susan

Isle of Man Steam Train
Isle of Man Steam Train

Take yourself off for a day of shopping and more sightseeing in Douglas, the Islands capital, courtesy of our very own steam train. Right on time, she is a beauty, whether she invokes memories of days gone by, Hogwarts or Thomas, the Steamtrain is an unmissable experience for all visitors.

Boat Trips to the Calf of Man
Boat Trips to the Calf of Man

Walk across the beach and pick up a boat to the nature sanctuary that lies just off the south of the Island - itself a little isle called the calf of Mann with rare birds, flowers, and playful seals it's another world. And a wonderful day out just a stone's throw from your front door.

Stone Circle
Stone Circle

An incredible place to visit at sunset the ancient viking burial circle is aligned with the Sun on the Solstices, one of the few remaining viking burial sites that can be visited easily, the scenery is spectacular and is an easy 30 minute walk away. Walk on for another 30 mins and you are rewarded with the Sound cafe, top quality food and a phenomenal, panoramic view over the calf of Man.